CALLBACKS: Hot Tub Nostalgia Machine From the event page on the Envision Skate Collective site: On June 23, 2012, Envision Skate Collective will be hosting a slalom skateboard race to raise money for charity: water. Racers will be coming from all over the United States to compete in Hybrid and Tight Slalom and to earn […]
CALLBACKS: The Once And Future Tebow, Resomolutions III: The Soul-Searchening (NOTE: This strip originally posted on Thursday, March 22. It has since been moved to facilitate a better reading experience through the Sketch Comedy archives.) We interrupt your regularly-scheduled storyline about Karen’s dad to bring you football. Before you all accuse me of throwing Evangelical […]
CALLBACKS: Cerebus Dad: The Call, Cerebus Dad: Internalizing Your Monologue Good news, everyone! With some advice from astute Sketch Comedy reader Wes, and the help of a plugin called ‘fix-rss-feed‘, it would seem that we’ve got the Sketch Comedy RSS Feed working again! Feel free to help yourselves to the feed.
CALLBACKS: Cerebus Dad: Versus Himself, Cerebus Dad: The Call Dad. Your daughter is standing right there. ::facepalm::
CALLBACKS: Cerebus Dad: The Call, Cerebus Dad: Internalizing Your Monologue, Max vs. Max: Get A Grip Max vs. Max is a comic by Wes Molebash about the struggles of recent divorcee Maxwell Stanton, who gets by with a little help from his friends. It is excellent, and you can read the whole thing online or […]
CALLBACKS: Cerebus Dad: The Call
CALLBACKS: Cerebus Dad: Everything Is Ruined Forever, James vs. Howard, James vs. Jackson Thanks for your patience while I finish up this strip, guys. Trip to Florida threw my groove off a little. I did see John Carter while I was down there, though. Anyone else seen John Carter? What did you think of it?
CALLBACKS: Cerebus Dad: The Call, Character Development, If You Were Really Sorry For Party Rocking You Would Stop Party Rocking hey guys i’m in florida
CALLBACKS: Cerebus Dad: The Call, Character Development, The Curse Of Halloween This strip continues directly off the one right before it. Skip back a strip if you have no idea what’s going on. Alternate title: “Karen Lies Like a Rug.”
CALLBACKS: Character Development, Like It’s Our Job: The Rent This is a storyline that I’ve intended to do for awhile, and I was able to finish writing it over the past weekend while I was visiting Chicago. I hope you enjoy it!